AVOIDANCE – Obama’s Slippery Response To Reporter Question [about White House IRS knowledge]… (video)

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8 Responses to AVOIDANCE – Obama’s Slippery Response To Reporter Question [about White House IRS knowledge]… (video)

  1. Barack Obama: America’s “problem”.

    Coincidentally, we also began fixing that problem only two days ago.

    Big mistake bugging the AP and House phones for this would-be dictator.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Yeah, kinda makes for something to look forward to each day, the possibility of a new scandal for Obama.

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  2. BigMamaTEA says:

    Isn’t that interesting. The “fired” guy’s term was up June 1st. He was awaiting confirmation of his replacement.

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  3. Saltwater says:

    Another day, another scandal for big o!!!! Jus sayin……..

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  4. dizzymissl says:

    Here is a link to the opening statement that will be given by Miller:

    http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/141992477?access_key=key-14tnud5gsmxljhftzxah

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  5. czarowniczy says:

    I’m tired of this, it’s standard Civil Service ‘circle the wagons’ stuff. With lawyers if the facts are against you argue the law; if the law is against you argue the facts. In Civil Service if you get you whatever caught in the pencil sharpener you just start arguing workload, untrained/new staff, a situation not directly definable under the overly broad operating procedures you have to use, exuberance by employees eager to finish as much work as possible (that’s a toughie to sell with a straight face), there’s a lotta excuses in standard play book. Throw smoke, refer the situation to another branch, request more time to study the screw-up in its entirety, delay as an investigations would throw the divisions work schedule into full-stop and further increase the backed-up workload. I did this enough times to recognize what’s going on. About the time the public’s attention span starts to wane there’ll be a few small sacrifices and some superannuated senior staff will retire with full pensions and benefits. Think the last scene of Casablanca without the smell of cigarettes and aviation fuel.

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